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The interview

interview quiz

You are being interviewed for a new job.

You are required to take an interview and on entering the room you realize that there is no chair for you. What do you do?

  1. Remain standing.
  2. Ask for a chair.
  3. Find a chair yourself.
  4. Ask the interviewers if you should find a chair.
  5. Act as if you are sitting in an imaginary chair.


  1. You appear to be submissive and apprehensive.
  2. You're willing to speak out, but do not seem to have enough initiative to solve the problem yourself.
  3. While your initiative is commendable, the lack of coordination with others may make you appear stubborn and uncooperative.
  4. You suggest a solution and clear it with others. A creative and enterprising person who is also willing to cooperate with others.
  5. You would be considered amusing and entertaining.

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Comments (7)


I picked "Remain standing." I'm not apprehensive. But, I can be submissive sometimes; depending on the situation. I am almost always willing to compromise to make things easier for others, as long as the compromise doesn't require me to do something that I believe is unethical or extremely selfish for the other person to request. Since I am a hyper, even fidgety person, I don't mind standing up, so I wouldn't view not having a chair as a problem needing to be solved. When I think there is a serious problem, I habitually take the initiative to attempt to solve it.


I will remain standing...yeah, i am submissive and apprehensive.


D, which kind of makes sense. I like to solve problems on my own, but I don't want to look like an idiot if I don't see the chair. Plus, maybe then he'll get me a chair and then I don't have to do anything.


i'd just mime using a chair. until they got confused enough to ask if i want one. i'm an odd one, i know.

what's in a namesays...

A or C for me, depending on the setup.

I say that A-C are spot on, but D & E are a bit off. E can also be foolish and perhaps passive aggressive by drawing attention to the lack of a chair but not directly. I don't agree with D, it implies a lack of confidence and possibly anxiety issues.